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or saint like before the setter decision and how they access health care like ucf or cpnc, but is there an analysis over time and access to low income communities. >> i don't know the research for san francisco, but i know the research as professor malic has. it almost results in higher prices and ken has access issues as there is one obvious way to think about it is what does it mean for the prices being charged to the uninsured. it's rare that people who can't afford it pay the full price, but it could happen, but there's also concern that as prices continue to rise, that the growing gap between what commercial payers pay and what public payers pay, could lead to access issues generally that there may not be providers accept general patients because their prices haven't been kept low enough since they didn't have to be kept low enough and it's no longer sustainable to them to provide to those who can't pay. there is a broad body of research to be done, but there's more to learn. >> i know some were saying as we were negotiations and supervisor farrel and chiu did great
to 9-2, just a game behind seattle in the nfc. >>> college football. rutgers and ucf. ucf off to its first 8-1 start since moving to the fbs. blake bordels, going well. tough to bring down. a big human. strong. and a good thrower, too. 7-0, central florida. bordels steps up. and keeps on stepping up. 335 yards through the air. two touchdowns. ucf, 41-17 winner. go to bed. seriously. after this -- >> yeah. what he said. >>> back to you. >> get some rest. >> sounds like a plan, actually. >>> one more highlight. the best shot from last night's nba action. it's our "play of the day." this happened in oklahoma city. >> a thunder fan named brad bruker hit a half-court shot. and won $25,000 for it. he's the second fan to do that this week. and the fifth since january. he got to shake hands with jay-z who was at the game. and got to see his team win. an all-around win-win. >> you see your team win, you make 25,000 bucks. it's all good. >>> coming up next, "the pulse. "and a new meaning to "jurassic park." a man took his pet dinosaur for a walk. >>> and a wedding photo. they think it's perfec
room. but that's just what happened tuesday in san francisco before her double mastectomy. ucf doctor debra cohen asked the operating team to take part in a flash mob dance that's now gone viral. supporters around the country also taped themselves dancing for a video to lift her spirits. the mother of two who is an ob/gyn is recovering well. >>> we're in court this afternoon for the hearing of the 16-year-old boy accused of setting another teen on fire. we'll get an update on the suspect as well as the victim. thank you for watching ktvu channel 2 news at noon. we'll see you the next time newsbreaks. >>> coming up next on "eco company" -- >> a new superhero. it's the green crusader, mr. eco ♪ this right here >> he's saving the planet one at a time. >> my mission as mr. eco is to turn everybody into eco heroes. they are all superheroes working for the planet. >> we catch up with the guy who is bringing his green message to kids with music. >> and this group of young activists has it all covered. >> i just became involved with this organization that was in
had posted it online that she would be having the surgery here at ucf at precisely 7:30 and encouraged her friends and her family and the whole world to make their own video dancing with her. >> it's been an amazing love. >> those videos are online as well. >> i was nervous how the flash mob was going to go than how the surgery was going to go. >> debra told the right this minute show, she is feeling the love. >> my muscles are sore, so that will require some recuperation. i feel like i have gone 5,000 pushups. >> debra also happens to be a doctor. an obgyn. her colleagues tonight are marveling at their friend's inspirational move. >> something like that going viral sends out a lot of love to her and around the world. i definitely wish her the best. i hope she is dancing like that tomorrow. >> joe vasquez, kpix5. >> you can't help but get in a good mood after that video. >> and she's having surgery. we will do this. >> tackle it head on and keep a good attitude. >> attitude is 90% of it. we don't have rain, because we can't change it. it is coming and we can't do anything t
. commissions, sanchez and edward chow, wanted ucfs to explore a partnership with mount zion and that never happened. >> the health commission, requested the director of health garcia report back to the health commission about all options available. that never happened either. they never presented any kind of policy paper about what all of the options could have been including putting it in building five. and the rfp is going to reduce, 26 hours, weekly, of treatment. and by simply curtailing the hours of operation that translates to 15,052 hours annually or 450 treatments annually. >> the board of supervisors needs to make... >> thank you. >> next speaker? >> hello, my name is gram and i am a patient at san francisco dialysis unit since 1994. and i just want to say that i am opposed to the move to laguna honda and a privatization of the unit. first, for safety reasons, i had a stroke, on dialysis, at general. and i believe that my life was saved because i was there at the trauma unit. i don't think that i would be talking to you today if i was at laguna honda. and i am concerned about myse
in oakland and the ucfs at the university mission's by a campus set to open in 2015. >>> george zimmerman was bailed out of florida jail today following his arrest yesterday on nest violence charges. december do midwest -- domestic violence charges. a judge set bail and allowed for his release under the condition that he not possess guns. must also wear a monitoring device and keep away from his girlfriend's house. you'll remember earlier he was acquitted in the fatal shooting of trayvon martin. >>> the sun southbound of a -- son of a virginia lawmakers found stabbed -- was stabbed several times in the head and chest at his home in rural bath county. inside the home, his son, 24- year-old gust was found shot to death. the elder deeds run for governor four years ago. he was air lifted to the university of va hospital in charlottesville and was able to with investigators. >>> five residents have to find new place to live after a fire damaged their apartments. started in some rental units. he sent us this picture of the fire. the mayor smelled like an electrical fire at the first. everybody
and student tutors took place. this is the scene at ucfs with pickets taking place at uc berkeley and uc santa cruz with the administration being accused of unfair labor practices practd dangerously low staffing levels. elective surgeries and routine tests are post pointed. nurses are not taking part in the strike. >> san francisco police found the witness they have been looking for in connection with a missing patient case at san francisco general hospital. we first broke this story last night. sources tell us the witness is a visiting doctor from india who now works at the hospital. he saw a person who apeed to be sleeping, he reported and the deputies were notified but never checked the area. four days later the body was found in the stairwell two weeks after first reported missing. 9 doctor came forward after he saw a flyer and relied he was the person they were looking. >> san francisco is still basking in the glow of good will generateed by batkid for a leukemia survivor. we know the cost today. katie marzullo is in newsroom with the bill and the buzz. katie? >> part of making batkid's w
for the touchdown. ucf beats temple. you have to like that. wharton, is this a beautiful game or what. >> it was suppose to be a feel- good story for the warriors. that was the slam-dunks and other hijinks. but an injury put a damper on the thing. they jump out to a lead over the jazz. misses it. watch steph curry, clay was one of six warriors in double figures. they led most of the way. in the 4th quarter. goes down. o'neal left with a sprayed knee. utah cut the lead the eight. iguodala tough fader. 15-point game. he scored 60. curry had a double trouble and sets up bogue it -- bogut. golden state out rebounds utah. tonight was a front end of a back-to-back visit with the jazz. >>> raiders and 49ers on the road tomorrow. the raiders will be missing a key component in texas. ward returns to the ring with a deadly disease. i was one of them. my disease was obesity and after consulting with my doctor, i received the effective treatment i needed. please join the obesity action coalition to acknowledge obesity as a disease visit obesity action dot org to sign an open letter pledging your
are expected to attend the concert for kids. it will benefit the building of a new state of art home for ucf children's hospital at the university's mission bay campus set to open on february of 20132015. coming up in our 5:00 hour, noisy planes causing loud complaints. how one city in the peninsula is fighting for the sound of silence. >> also the bay area's long dry spell finally over. we're on storm watch this morning. >> good morning, right now traffic is doing pretty well in most areas. here is highway 4. you can see it's a little bit busy now coming up to concord. >> unless you're up for a north or the russian river area, your commute will probably be dry because it's just cloudy right now. we've had a teeny bit of rain but is there any more on the old weather highway that's going to pay a visit. >> not much wet weather has moved in yet unless you're far to the north. a lot of cloud cover, so where's the rain. >> a tense situation in the north bay, a s.w.a.t. team surrounds a house, what authorities found after the standoff. >> and the government is stepping in, the federal investigati
to attend the dream force technology convention including a green concert on tuesday a fundraiser for ucfs children's hospital and children's hospital oakland. dream force wraps up the convention on thursday. >> more united states employees are saying "no" to drugs. the number of workers testing positive for driggs for drugs have dropped shortly. in 1988, 13.percent of employee drug tests came back positive mostly performed under preemployment screening so despite the big drop the survey founds there are more positive tests for prescription drugs including oxycontin. >> toronto's drone to mayor goes prime tine tonight as the city council is expected to strip him of his remaining powers. he is the host of a new show called "ford host," co-hosting with his brother, doug. he admitted to smoking crack cocaine and holding would fanty-laced news conferences. the mayor said he is not stepping down and plans to run for re-election. >> dough nations -- donations are pouring in for a new jersey waitress denied a tip for being a lesbian. we told you of this 22-year-old last week after a family of fou
braved the rain to picket outside of ucf today. dozens of patients had to postpone surgeries due to this walk out. union leaders say workers have been harassed, and intimidate the by uc management for taking part in a two day strike in may. >>> a massive tunnel boring machine is about to reach a busy san francisco corridor and start drilling just below an existing b.a.r.t. tunnel. an exclusive look at the work going on, and only on 2, he explains what commuters might notice in the next few days. >> reporter: it's loud, claustrophobic, and more than a little muddy. but san francisco's subway is now marking a milestone. >> the most progress we've made in one day, is we installed 100 feet of tunnel, which is essentially 20 rings. >> reporter: 2000 feet at the 1.7-mile, $1.56 billion line have been completed. in the next day or so, a massive boring machine is set to cross beneath the powel street station. >> you're looking at the back of the house, the cutter head. >> reporter: 40 feet below rock and water and climbed aboard big ulma, one of the tunnel borers. they sometimes dig 100
. >> ucf police distributed this flyer saying they were looking for the mystery witness. the researcher said he came forward after he saw it on a bulletin board. he told investigators, i'm the mystery witness. october 4th. two weeks after disappearing from her hospital bed, the nurse heard the mystery witness knocking on the door of a stairwell. the man told the nurse, he saw a person, lying in the stairwell. he then left quickly never identifying himself. the nursing supervisor notified a sheriff's dispatcher that said that deputies would check it out. but the sheriff admitted two weeks ago they dropped the ball. >> there was no indication that anyone was dispatched to the stairwell. >> the researcher told him that he was on the fifth floor of the stairwell and the unconscious person was between the third and fourth floors. the man added, he did not go near it or touch or move the person and that he did not know if she was dead or alive. investigators say that she was definitely dead by that time and that her body would have been badly decomposed. he said that he did not detect that. i
of ucf today. dozens of patients had to postpone surgeries due to this walk out. union leaders say workers have been harassed, and intimidate the by uc management for taking part in a two day strike in may. >>> a massive tunnel boring machine is about to reach a busy san francisco corridor and start drilling just below an existing b.a.r.t. tunnel. an exclusive look at the work going on, and only on 2, he explains what commuters might notice in the next few days. >> reporter: it's loud, claustrophobic, and more than a little muddy. but san francisco's subway is now marking a milestone. >> the most progress we've made in one day, is we installed 100 feet of tunnel, which is essentially 20 rings. >> reporter: 2000 feet at the 1.7-mile, $1.56 billion line have been completed. in the next day or so, a massive boring machine is set to cross beneath the powel street station. >> you're looking at the back of the house, the cutter head. >> reporter: 40 feet below rock and water and climbed aboard big ulma, one of the tunnel borers. they sometimes dig 100 feet below ground. requiring some cr
an informational picket line in front of five university of california medical centers this morning, including ucfs in san francisco. registered nurses, pharmacists, social workers and other professional employees are protesting the proposals with regard to staffing levels and pension reforms. the union for the research and technical units c medical centers voted this week to authorize a strike after months of bargaining for a new contract. >>> and if you go out to eat today at a pal alto restaurant, don't expect to get a plastic bag fortouts or leftovers. the city's third phase of a single use plastic bag ordinance goes into effect today at restaurants and other food service establishments. this means you'll have to pay 10 cents for a reusable bag or, of course, bring your own. >>> the man accused of murdering a bay area investigator returns to court today. randy alana tells our media partner, the oakland tribune, that he wants a speedy trooif trial. sandra's body was found on august 9th. a coroner's report says she was strangled. alana is her former boyfriend. alana was arrested two days after sh
from a yard out. he had two touchdowns in the game. u.c.f. leads 28-0. u.c.f. hunting the ball away later. rutgers gets in there and do what they do, block a a kick. the ball recovered in the end zone for six. rutgers cuts the deficit in half, but that's as close as they would get. >> what do you do for an encore after you've broken magic johnson's record to start a season? if you're chris paul, you make the record harder to rebreak. chris paul and the clippers visiting the thunder last night. what do you do if you're an o.k.c. fan taking a shot? you hit it, of course. no big deal. that's the second straight gaming and the future time since march that a fan went home with long ball loot. the pros back on the court, griffin knocks down the j. he had 27. still in the third, clippers down 13. makes the three. paul had 17 points and 12 assists extending his reward for double-doubles to start the season to 13 straight games. kevin durant and the thunderer were too much for the clip show. durant had 23 points as the thunder win 105-91. >> michael weiner, took over as head of the players u
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